A series of projection works, changing in response to architectural spaces.
Ahhh 2 is a video projection onto the Gallery wall in which animated fingertips attempt to feel and follow a horizontal line drawn on the wall, appearing and disappearing, and weaving about in a tentative fashion.
Initiated in collaboration with Stone Squid Gallery, Hastings the exhibition The Exquisite Stone Corpse: A concatenation by five UK-based artists (2010), the project consisted of a consequential series by the participating artists and curators. Following the principle of the Exquisite Corpse procedure, in a circular concatenation each of the five artists in turn created a work developed from a previous person’s fragment. The passed-on fragment became a part of the completed work or a stimulus for the work’s development.
Judy Goldhill, Joanna Hill, Philip Lee, Sophie Loss, John McDowall, and Tim and Georgia Riley of the Stone Squid Experimental Art Space.
Ahhh 3 was an installation that consisted of a paper plane angled to the wall and a projection of the fingertips that disappeared into the wedge-shaped shadowed void. The insubstantial kinetic image whilst visible on the wall and the paper becomes un-visible when encountering the equally immaterial shadow.
Made for the Re-object group exhibition at The Tetley Centre for Contemporary Art, Leeds, 2015.